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    November Preview: The 7 Must-See Films

    This November is about to offer quite the selection to movie-goers, as made clear by the films listed on indieWIRE's November calendar. As an extension of our fall movie preview, indieWIRE has decided to offer the second of three monthly "must-see" lists to make cinematic decision-making as easy as ...

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    Small Screen | "Movie Stars," Toys, Soldiers, and Jack Rebney All Come Home

    In this week's top five to check out on one of the tiny tubes you've got at home, TCM takes us behind the scenes of the early years of Hollywood, Pixar looks at the hidden lives of toys, two classics get re-releases, HBO's look at WWII's Pacific stage, and an Austin filmmaker looks at one of YouTube...

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    book review: Kay Thompson: From Funny Face To Eloise

    By Sam Irvin (Simon and Schuster)

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    REVIEW | Media Stars Gone Natural: Doug Liman's "Fair Game"

    This review was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. "Fair Game" hits theaters this Friday, November 5.

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    Review | Almost a Masterpiece: "Four Lions" an Explosive Comedy

    This review was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the 2010 Sundance FIlm Festival. "Four Lions" hits theaters this Friday, November 5.

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    Small Screen | "Winter's Bone," Fiery "Girl," and a Slew of Films from the Vaults

    In a week of heavy hitters in the world of DVD, VOD, and film on TV, indieWIRE recommends you take a look at two films starring women on the verge, a healthy dose of box sets from the archives, and a few more. Take a look at this week's world on the small screen...

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    REVIEW | Ego vs. Altruism: Turning Trash Into Art in "Waste Land"

    Lucy Walker's "Waste Land" amounts to a cinematic round of applause for altruism. Using a conventional blend of talking heads and verité, Walker follows Brazilian visual artist Vik Muniz to his hometown of Rio de Janeiro, where he created the traveling exhibit "Pictures of Garbage" out of material f...

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    REVIEW | Better than "Twilight": Kristen Stewart in "Welcome to the Rileys"

    Kristen Stewart's status as the mopey face of gothic teenage angst in the "Twilight" franchise has easily overpowered the other achievements of her brief career. At age twenty, she has appeared in a number of thematically advanced character studies ("Adventureland" among them), suggesting the antith...

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    film review: Hereafter

    film review: Hereafter

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    Big Screen | Top 5: From Wiseman to Waters to Germany in LA, This Week's Theatrical Best Bets

    Each week here at indieWIRE, five recommendations for theatrical viewing pleasure are being offered up, tackling everything from new releases, to film festivals, to curated series, and events around North America. This week, John Waters discusses "the most shocking film ever made," Frederick Wiseman...

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